Festival food has come long way since the sloppy hot-dogs served by even sloppier looking man in stained apron.
When i was 17 i attended my first summer festival in Poland – rock loving rebelled kids, that have managed to put some money together working on cucumber plants during summer holiday. It takes on average 8h in crowded train journey to get to the spot. Looking back it reminds me of some sort of horror ride.. 35 degrees, drunken hippies trying to trade you for last can of beer and people sleeping on the floor in hallway. That was the price you had to put up with when you wanted to make your holiday some sort of a memorable experience. But anyway after you got to the place dying for shower and food, all you got was beer, LOADS of it, and quickly put together hot-dog.
Well things have changed a lot and going to festival now will not only satisfy your music needs but your taste buds as well. The classic hot-dog with mustard will still be the cherry on the top of festival food but you can also enjoy some really good sushi, gourmet burgers, fajitas, Spanish paellas, yummy bits!! Although I wouldn’t recommend going on crazy wheel ride afterwards… your wisely hidden in pocket leftovers might fell out…
So it seems like not only the train ride has improved! Take a lot of money with you and experience some of the amazing foodies that go around festival field! Or all of it:-)